Articles about Earwigs

Prevent infestation with Earwigs

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Earwigs are abundant and can be found throughout the Americas and Eurasia. The common earwig was introduced into North America in 1907 from Europe, but tends to be more common in the southern and southwestern parts of the United States. The only native species of earwig found in the north of the United States is the spine-tailed earwig, however, other

Information about Earwigs

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Earwigs are insects belonging to the order of the Dermaptera widely distributed in America, Eurasia, Australia and New Zealand, with more diversity in tropical and subtropical areas. The only continent they are missing from is Antarctica, but with about 2.000 species part of 12 families, they are spread all over the rest of the world. They are mostly nocturnal animals

How to get rid of Earwigs

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Sprays have usually been reported to be less effective than powders, but cockroach traps have also proven to work as far as removing a small number of earwigs from inside your house goes.

Earwigs are insects belonging to the order of the Dermaptera widely distributed in America, Eurasia, Australia and New Zealand, with more diversity in tropical and subtropical areas. The only continent they are missing from is Antarctica, but with about 2.000 species part of 12 families, they are spread all over the rest of the world. They are mostly nocturnal animals which hide in crevices during the day and are highly active at night. Earwigs are recognised as pests due to the damage they cause to foliage, flowers and other crops. They might also invade your house, especially during colder seasons, so being able to prevent such an infestation is quite important.